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Coolant fan switch

Where its located on a 1994 toyota camry...if i unplug will fan turn on?...fan wont turn on when hot

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  • becausican80 Jan 18, 2009

    i have the same problem but my radiator fan does come on when the A/C is on.

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It's hooked up to the temperature sensor. if you don't get a temp light on, the sensor might be bad. it's usually located where the upper radiator hose goes into the engine. also check your thermostat.

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